Alford House is open to all young people aged 8-21 and offers a variety of sports, games, creative and recreational activities such as art, music production, and vocational training, in a safe and secure environment that is managed by our dedicated team of staff and volunteers.
|Monday||5-8pm||Health & Fitness Studio||11-21 years (F & M)|
|Music Production Studio|
|6.30-8pm||Table Tennis Coaching||11-19 years|
|Tuesday||11am-5pm||Youth Support||11-19 years|
|2- 6pm||Health & Fitness Studio||11-21 (F & M)|
|6.15-9.15pm||Boys Youth Club||8-18 years (M)|
|Wednesday||6.15-9pm||Girls Youth Club Night||8-18 years (F)|
|Thursday||11- 7pm||Youth Support||8-19 (F & M)|
|12-5.30pm||Health & Fitness Studio||12-19 years (F & M)|
|7-10pm||Youth Club||10-21 years (M & F)|
|Saturday & Sunday||See notice-boards for off-site activity & events|
Alford House recognises its responsibilities, not only to young people but also to parents, carers and the wider community. Alford House is registered with Lambeth's Children's and Young People's Service and is affiliated to London Youth, UK Youth and Ambition (formally the National Association of Clubs for Young People). The Club follows a recognised Quality Assurance System and its workers, including volunteers, receive a DBS Check. Parents and carers are always welcome to visit and talk to club workers.
Alford House is the base for Patrick Davis, our youth support worker.
You can contact Patrick at the Club
on 020 7735 1519
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrciky works with young people aged 13 to 19 years, or up to the age of 25 if they have a learning difficulty and/or a disability. He provides information, advice and guidance to support young people to achieve their potential in education and help to prevent exclusion. He also provides support with other issues that may stop young people achieving their goals.